As earnings season winds down, the market is taking cues from geopolitics and the weekly macro-economic data that comes out.
The biggest boost the markets will receive is from America and China, agreeing to put aside international trade differences to work on a wider agreement. This is very positive and will be a tail wind for markets to rally higher. Add this to the bullish phase global marke... ››› more
Global markets remain robust with no clear signs of a downturn as volatility slowly declines. Investors are buying even the smallest dip, which has seen the market remain in a bullish phase this past week.
On the currency front, we could see gradual rand weakness over the coming months due to the global interest rates rising.
A Federal Reserve member stated:
"Interest rates ... ››› more
Global markets are being held up by strong first quarter earnings releases and US data from last week that signals US inflation is being controlled.
Over 80% of the S&P 500 has released Q1 results and 78% of them have exceeded expectations. If the trend continues it will be the highest proportion of “beats” in almost 10 years.
This earnings growth is keeping valuations in check, the S&... ››› more
Whether you're running a business or starting a profitable career, you need to be able to track your success.
You need to know how well the venture is doing, when the bad months are and how it's operating on average.
The same applies for when you run local or international trading account.
Only this way you'll see if your trading is on the way to consistent profits or on a one-way street ... ››› more
Whether you've been an investor for years, or you've just decided you want to start investing money, you need to know what kind of an investor you are.
The reason is, if you understand what kind of investor you are, you can understand what your risk profile is.
That matters, because - there's no use in investing in bonds if you are an aggressive investor looking to double your money in a y... ››› more
Did you know that you place higher value to things that you own?
To explain this, Pros. Kahneman, Knetsch & Thaler conducted a popular study with 77 participants at Simon Fraser University.
These participants were placed into two groups.
Group #1: Were given mugs (in a way they owned them).
Group #2: Were not given mugs but were asked to price the mugs.
Can you guess who priced the ... ››› more
You see him everywhere.
TV, radio, inbox, books, events, DVDs, Websites, groups, newspapers, social media… You name it.
He's become a house hold name. In fact, he's pretty much family to you. When you meet him, it's like you've known him your whole life!
And his heart is in a good place. Because his passion in life is to do just one thing.
To help and guide fellow novice and expe... ››› more
Just a few years ago, trading offshore was an absolute nightmare.
Not only did you have to physically take your money out of the country, you also had to endure these five tedious experiences:
~ $2,500 minimum deposit
~ Endless paper work to fill in and sign
~ Limited access to instruments and control of the portfolio
~ Over a week to withdraw and deposit funds
~ Costs through the roof
... ››› more
Einstein said it best,
“Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results”
If you've just start trading, then you're excused and you're very lucky to be reading this today.
However, if you've been trading for a number of years and your portfolio is still in the red - it's time to change that.
The truth of the matter is…
To be a successful tra... ››› more
After being hit hard for the last two years, it looked like it was now ready to rally according to my 14 year old winning trading strategy.
With this we had a good opportunity to long (buy) into one of the South Africa's top insurance companies - Discovery.
I therefore gave the signal for Red Hot Storm Traders Long (Buy) the DSY CFD. (You will learn all about CFDs when you join and how t... ››› more
While you're reading this one sentence, someone out there is making money, maybe it is you and maybe its no. It's all because of this one ‘opportunity' cost…
FOMO is new generation jargon for Fear Of Missing Out.
Basically, it's where you have so many profitable options to choose from and yet you just don't take the trade.
FOMO can be a real challenge for traders.
They end u... ››› more
I know the promise of fast profits with trading sounds great and that this is the prime reason people are drawn to the world of trading.
But the flip side to fast profits are fast losses. What most people forget or ignore is that where there is high reward, there is always high risk.
And that's I want to bring to your attention today.
Here are three of the most common novice mistakes ma... ››› more
I want to show you how you can turn R10,000 into R87,400. Or to turn R100,000 into R874,000 with this one trading strategy.
I need to be honest though…
There is no fool-proof system for making money. Trading always carries risk. But I've worked HARD to perfect this system - to eliminate as much risk as possible.
And that's why, with my strategy, you will win more than you lose. Earlier ... ››› more
I just want to let you know…
Being subscribed to Trading Tips, I cater to all levels of traders.
Beginner, intermediate and advanced.
Today I'm going to tackle a couple of advanced questions that YOU have asked me on the Investorsclub.co.za.
If you feel you're not ready to read this level of trading, then save this email and save it for a future date. Because it's important.
Every... ››› more
Two weeks ago I posted an article where I made a prediction on where gold is more likely to be going next.
The target I said was $1,550. At the time gold was trading at $1,305 an ounce.
If you missed it, you can catch up at the end of the article.
Since then, I've been overwhelmed by the number of questions you've asked me about this article.
Whether I'm checking emails, presenting at ... ››› more
Below you'll find important questions and answers about CFD trading…
Enjoy today's Q&A on CFDs.
CFDs versus Share Codes
Q “Are the CFD share symbols codes the same as for normal shares? How do you distinguish between CFD and normal share?”
A The CFD is just the derivative of the share...
So you're not buying a share, you're buying the exposure... ››› more
Normally at a company's end year function, they make a reservation at a restaurant and have drinks and dinner.
Not here at FSP, which is the company I work at.
The team decided to go to Sky Bar at Pineslopes in Fourways.
You can choose between a bunch of activities to do there.
Abseiling, Rock Climbing, Bungee Jumping or you can just chill, drink and eat at the Sky Bar.
At first I s... ››› more
What is the difference between “Red Hot Storm Trader”, “Forex Trader” and “The Winning Streak”?
It has come to my attention. Majority of our members have no idea about the differences between our three exclusive trader services.
Whether it's on the InvestorsClub.co.za, seminars or just face to face, I've been asked the same question for the last four years.
Today for the first... ››› more
Let's start your year on a profitable note.
I'm sure you hear how many people make resolutions when their year starts.
I want to lose 10 kilograms
I'm going on a lifestyle-change diet
I'm going to save 1/3 of my money this year
These are all great, but let's be honest. Most resolutions last around two months' tops, and then all is given up.
I need you to make realistic and achievab... ››› more
Let me sum up what I'm about to reveal today…
A report that contains the strategy that I've used for over 13 years to make a second income trading the markets.
And it's all revealed in the Six Forex Profit Patterns report.
I'm writing about it today, because of the countless questions I'm getting in my mail box every week.
Timon what strategy can I use to trade Forex?
• I want to ... ››› more
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